Nominate Entrepreneurial Stars for the Inland Empire
San Bernardino, Ca – The 16th Annual Spirit of the Entrepreneur Awards are asking for nominees. Nominate the incoming entrepreneurial champions that bring impact to our empire!
Who are the Entrepreneurial Stars of 2018? http://www.spiritawardsie.com
The Nominations for the 2017 Spirit Awards Begins on March 19, 2018 and ends on August 3, 2018. Nominating an entrepreneur is easy! Simply contact us directly to request a nomination form or complete and submit the online nomination form. Once nominated, Spirit staff will be contacting each nominee and provide them with the short 3-page electronic application profile form that must be completed for the judging process. Self-nominations are encouraged!
This year marks 16 years of celebrating The Spirit of the Entrepreneur! Join us this November at the Riverside Convention Center for a memorable evening filled with inspiration and innovation at this black-tie gala as we celebrate the top business innovators of Inland Southern California.
About the Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship
Located on the campus of Cal State San Bernardino, the Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship (IECE) out of the Jack H. Brown College of Business & Public Administration on the beautiful campus of CSUSB. Most recently, IECE was recognized internationally by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and received the Entrepreneurship Spotlight Challenge award for demonstrating leadership in creating (and incubating) cutting-edge business innovations through enriched student learning and experiential education; which ranked them among the top 35 entrepreneurship programs globally.
In 2010, the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE) recognized IECE as having the top specialty entrepreneurship program in the US. IECE offers a wide range of programs and services including academic curriculum that lead to business degrees in Entrepreneurship for undergraduate and graduate students as well as delivering experiential learning and student support programs such as the Fast Pitch Competition, Innovation Challenge, Entre Technician series, and Lunch with the Entrepreneurs. In the local community, IECE offers existing and aspiring entrepreneurs a wide array of business advisory and mentoring services, student internship and consulting resources, and entrepreneurial training programs that help them achieve greater levels of success in their business ventures. For more information about IECE, visit www.entre.csusb.edu.